Give Today, Change Tomorrow
What does it take to inspire the joy of discovery in a child?
How can science and technology help adults make better decisions?
How do you ignite the spark of education in young lives?
How do you strengthen the region’s technology workforce?
How does Miami take the next step forward on the world stage?
There is one answer to all these questions: MiaSci, the new Miami Science Museum.
By fostering scientific thinking, supporting education and strengthening Miami’s economic base, MiaSci will help provide a solid foundation for Miami’s future. But there’s another exciting element as well – the fun factor! By providing enjoyable and stimulating cultural and recreational activities for children, teens and adults, MiaSci will bring a sense of excitement to the region, adding a new dimension to South Florida’s quality of life.
Your Gift Makes a Difference!
Bringing these immediate and long-lasting educational and economic benefits to South Florida will cost about $300 million, according to the MiaSci planning team. This includes design and construction of the new building, the costs associated with moving from the museum’s current site, and operational support for MiaSci’s first ten years.
Fortunately, substantial portions of the MiaSci funding plan are already in place. A General Obligation Bond approved by Miami-Dade County voters in 2004 will provide $175 million – nearly 60 percent of the total. In addition, The City of Miami has passed a resolution to provide 4 acres of Museum Park to MiaSci and issued a bond for $3.5 million to support the park development.
With the support of generous individuals, families, businesses and foundations, MiaSci’s capital campaign, still in its silent phase, has already raised more than $20 million in pledges and cash donations. To reach the campaign goal of $125 million, everyone’s support is essential. Whether you can give $1 or $10 million, we invite you to invest in building a better future. You can make a difference!
Today’s gift to the Museum will truly change tomorrow.
To make a donation to the new Miami Science Museum Capital Campaign, please click on the link below: